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Fixing AI's Bias Issues Requires More Than a 'Human in the Loop'


A computer programmer checks code on screen.

If companies don't account for the biases of their own workers, they may have a more difficult time spotting AI blunders.

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Having humans oversee the design and implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) helps to catch errors. Humans can better spot bias, like AI-powered hiring software that only selects white, male candidates for job interviews.

But companies can also overestimate the ability of humans, who have their own biases, to catch AI bias problems.

From Fortune
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